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post #211 of 1825
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Originally Posted by dave333 View Post
Most supposedly slim khakis I try aren't particularly slim (then again I don't go above 100 buck either). Levi 511's are probably the best I've found. J. Crew is also there. H&M are actually skinny, the others still have a bit of room.

+1 on the 511's.
post #212 of 1825
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Originally Posted by Piroshky View Post
Anyone know the leg opening of those dickies in any size?

13"

http://www.tillys.com/tillys/variant...source=1&size=
post #213 of 1825
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Originally Posted by snuff_daddy View Post

Ok, so I went back to the rakuten site and going by my limited japanese, these are the measurements for sz 30 in inches (original was in cm):

実寸(cm)- size 30
ウエスト - waist 32.28
ヒップ - hip 37.79
股上 - rise? 9.84
股下 - inseam? 31.1
ワタリ幅 - width?? 17.32
裾幅 - hem 6.5

Have your chinos arrived yet? The polyster composition isn't that thrilling though.
post #214 of 1825
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Originally Posted by Kensington View Post
Has anyone actually worn Bonobos that can attest to their fit? It just looks like you're afraid of anything that mentions man butt on principle alone.

I dunno. How many asians actually have asses? Judging by my informal survey around K-Town, not many. Including myself.
post #215 of 1825
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Originally Posted by duration View Post
Ok, so I went back to the rakuten site and going by my limited japanese, these are the measurements for sz 30 in inches (original was in cm):

実寸(cm)- size 30
ウエスト - waist 32.28
ヒップ - hip 37.79
股上 - rise? 9.84
股下 - inseam? 31.1
ワタリ幅 - width?? 17.32
裾幅 - hem 6.5

Have your chinos arrived yet? The polyster composition isn't that thrilling though.

Yah that's the only thing I'm hesitant about, apart from the knee logo. Did not realize they were that skinny.
post #216 of 1825
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Originally Posted by Kensington View Post

Has anyone actually worn Bonobos that can attest to their fit? It just looks like you're afraid of anything that mentions man butt on principle alone.

I have, and the straight legs fit great. Best fitting pants I own. I just ordered 2 more pairs

But whenever I mention that here, people either accuse me of working for the company of post pictures of the bootcuts and laugh at me
post #217 of 1825
Any idea how easy would it be to rip out the knee logos without leaving the standard "imprint" trace behind? Also, from what I read on sufu, Dickies for the Japanese market are purportedly different from the USA market. As for the slim/skinniness levels, check out the pics on these links: http://en.item.rakuten.com/bruno/18006/ http://en.item.rakuten.com/playerz/wp811/
post #218 of 1825
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Originally Posted by duration View Post
Any idea how easy would it be to rip out the knee logos without leaving the standard "imprint" trace behind? Also, from what I read on sufu, Dickies for the Japanese market are purportedly different from the USA market. As for the slim/skinniness levels, check out the pics on these links:
http://en.item.rakuten.com/bruno/18006/
http://en.item.rakuten.com/playerz/wp811/

If you have a seam ripper or a small knife, it shouldn't take more than a minute or two. I'm pretty sure they're different between the two markets, but I'm sure they'll still be awfully skinny.
post #219 of 1825
I just picked up a pair of chinos from Rugby and they are really great. Better than JCrew IMO - seem to be of as good if not better quality - but the best part is they have a smaller drop/crotch area. For guys with no ass, like me, it makes them fit a lot better.
post #220 of 1825
how slim are they? the last pair i bought from rugby werent slim even though they were supposed to be
post #221 of 1825
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Originally Posted by tonio028 View Post
I don't, but they don't look too bad. The leg opening seems a bit too skinny for my tastes in a chino though, at least for work pants anyway.



It was mentioned in the other slim khaki/chino thread as well (which is WAY better than this one although this one was resurrected instead for some reason), but the Gap orignal's are what you'd be looking for at a similar price point and mall brand. Try the Docker's slim city chino also (check my posts in the other thread) for fit pics. Those are sweet and can be had at JC Penny's, Macy's, Sears, etc. for about $25-30. The leg opening closer to 8.5", but that can be fixed by a tailor.

can someone link me to this thread?
post #222 of 1825
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Originally Posted by drewdub View Post
I just picked up a pair of chinos from Rugby and they are really great. Better than JCrew IMO - seem to be of as good if not better quality - but the best part is they have a smaller drop/crotch area. For guys with no ass, like me, it makes them fit a lot better.

I just bought a pair as well. I think it was the university cut. Nice material and decent build. Fit nice and slim.

I also like these certain HM khaki's but I never see them in my size. Instead They usually have the crappy, gets ultra wrinkled, cheap shit pair all the time.
post #223 of 1825
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Originally Posted by Branches View Post
Gap just came out with new "Tailored Khakis" including a slim fit
http://www.gap.com/browse/product.do...scid=772341002

I saw in a UK magazine that GAP are selling a redline selvedge chino. Has anyone seen this in store or online?

B.
post #224 of 1825
The rugby university chino is very cool. Slim and has a good feel to the material. Definitely size down 1 though unless you want to sag them.
post #225 of 1825
Does anyone have a pair of the Dockers K-1 khakis? I'm thinking about ordering a pair because they look like exactly what I want out of a khaki.
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